While a Cuban cigar-themed custom chopper wouldn’t be your first choice when it comes to modding, TT Custom Choppers‘ Tarhan Telli felt it perfectly alright to showcase how well bikes and cigars get along together. ‘Cuba’, as it’s called, seems to be based on a Shovelhead, accompanied by a long frame, raked-our front end, massive forks and a timeless bullet-type headlight.
The stock swingarm was ditched in favour of one with large holes cut into it, both for meaner looks and less weight. The clean styling is further complemented by mirror-finish aluminium rims and a seat cover that mimics tobacco leaves! Scroll down for the image gallery. Continue reading →
The new Street Bob Special Edition is a rare beast: a pure bobber, pushed further. Inspired by Harley-Davidson’s Factory Customization programme, this strictly limited edition motorcycle is only available in select markets, including those in the European, Middle East and African regions.
Restyled for 2013, the Street Bob is a stripped-down and rowdy bobber based on the Dyna platform that appeals to riders who appreciate the pure essence of motorcycling; a powerful V-Twin engine at the heart of a bike with simple eye-catching styling that carries only the most essential equipment. Continue reading →
Harley-Davidson and Marvel Entertainment, LLC are teaming up for Marvel’s Iron Man 3 “Man & Machine” contest where fans can win a chance to be a part of a comic book created by Marvel. Fans can go online and select a custom Harley-Davidson motorcycle to design. The winners will be drawn into the comic book as a member of the “Road Force” team. Continue reading →
The legendary Shinya Kimura’s Zero Engineering and Taiwan-based Rough Crafts recently came up with this sweet project based on an S&S Harley Knucklehead engine. Blending a dark, gothic look with brassy Victorian accents, the custom employs a Type 6 frame from Zero, along with numerous other bits including the seat and springer forks. Continue reading →
The new Harley-Davidson Breakout motorcycle was revealed to the public on the 8th of March in Daytona Beach, Florida, during the annual Daytona Bike Week motorcycle rally. With authentic swagger that turns heads in traffic and a proud stance certain to draw a curb-side crowd on bike night, the Breakout is presented as a premium model in its segment with distinctive finishes and specific components not available on other Harley-Davidson bikes. Continue reading →
Don’t have much info on the build or the work gone into it, but looks awesome, right? Continue reading →
The DECO LINER Zephyr Sedan Delivery and matching DECO SCOOT custom Harley Sportster took three years to build and is the realization of a dream owner Terry Cook of Long Valley, NJ has had since 1999. The unique front-wheel drive chassis was designed by Gary Brown, who owns the firm that did the majority of the construction of the car. Starting with a new DECO RIDES fiberglass Zephyr sedan delivery body, the car and bike was finished for the 2008 summer season in a six month marathon thrash by Gary and Dylan Brown and Robert Winningham of BROWN’S METAL MODS in Indianapolis. Continue reading →
Around 20 years ago, Marcus Walz started his business customising motorcycles, beginning with the “Timeless” in 1993. Two decades on, more than 3000 friends, fans and clients celebrated the anniversary at Hockenheim, many of them bringing their own WALZ bikes to the Show.
Apart from the bikes, Mr. King Kerosin himself organized the legendary Red Carpet Lounge in the middle of the party tent, which was much bigger than last year. Some crazy on-stage party too, with Dougie and the Blind Brothers and the Hellabama Honky Tonks partying till they dropped.
Anyways, enough with the yabba dabba. Check out the mega image gallery. Continue reading →